Strategies for Tackling Your Holiday Debt 

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Join our #CreditChat on January 10 to learn about the top financial habits you should adopt in 2024! Get valuable insights and tips from experts in personal finance and start the new year on the right financial track.

Topic: Strategies for Tackling Your Holiday Debt

When:Wednesday, January 17, 2024 at 3 p.m. ET.

Where:Join thelive hashtag discussion

The panel will include: Jeanne Kelly:Credit expert, identity theft expert, speaker and founder of; Debbi King: Personal Finance Educator, Award-Winning Author, Speaker and Founder of the ABC’s of Personal Finance; Bruce McClary: Senior Vice President, Membership & Media Relations at the National Foundation for Credit Counseling; Beverly Harzog: Credit Card Expert, Bestselling Author, columnist and podcast host at; Rod Griffin: Senior Director, Consumer Education and Advocacy, Experian, Jennifer White:Consumer Education and Advocacy Team, and Christina Roman: Consumer Education and Advocacy Manager at Experian.

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Questions we will discuss:
1. What’s a good starting point for identifying how much debt you are in? 
2. What advice do you have for those wanting to manage their holiday debt? 
3. How can people prioritize which debts to pay off first? 
4. Can you recommend some financial tools or resources to help consumers manage and pay off their holiday debt? 
5. What are some dos and don’ts and best practices for tackling credit card debt?  
6. What can you do if you feel overwhelmed by your debt?  
7. What are some ways to generate income in January and February to help to reduce holiday debt? 
8. What long-term financial habits or lifestyle changes can people adopt to prevent or minimize holiday debt in the future?  
9. How can you start planning now so you don’t have to take on holiday debt next year? 
10. Are there any final tips or advice for tackling your holiday debt? 

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